Countries and borders are manmade due to the world’s ever-changing political landscape. But how many captureable/claimable Flags of the World are there? 194, 201, 301, 500?
In 1900, there were 57 recognized sovereign states; in 2011, there are 194. (193 are members of the United Nations plus The Vatican City.)
The following 10 states are not recognized by the UN as wholly independent sovereign states and are classified as “Other States”:
- Abkhazia (claimed by Georgia)
- Kosovo (claimed by Serbia)
- Nagorno-Karabakh (claimed by Azerbaijan)
- Northern Cyprus (claimed by the Republic of Cyprus)
- Palestine (only has observer status at the UN; however, the Palestinian flag is captureable. See post called Palestine, Loophole Flag.)
- Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, aka Western Sahara (claimed by Morocco)
- Somaliland (claimed by Somalia)
- South Ossetia (claimed by Georgia)
- Taiwan (claimed by the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of China)
- Transnistria (claimed by Moldova)
Flags of the World
By clicking on the Flags of the World continent pages below, you’ll get a taste of what to expect when you set foot on your flagging voyage: a brief intro about the brand of life each continent has to offer and of course, what kind of women each continent and country are famous for.
Since every continent, country, state and postcode is different, a sort of flagging road map may help you find what you’re looking for on your adventures. Even if you’re a domestic flagger, that is, you prefer when the world’s women come to your country’s doorstep, it’s always good to have some professional intel on the ground to help in your sexual quest.
Additional helpful information you’ll find here at Flagging Headquarters in your pursuit of becoming either a flagger (someone who captures flags) or a vexillologist (someone who studies flags) is:
- The Constitution of Flagging: A reference guide to your questions about the rules of this travel game. Also, the constitution is translated into most languages; just click on a continent, then a country.
- Maps of well-trodden paths: We’ll help you find flagging Meccas/hotspots regardless of season, hemisphere or country.
- In different languages: No matter where you come from, you can play our flagging travel game and read about it too; we have a language translator at the bottom of the website.
- Info & Pics of different flags: To find information about the country you’re going to or just came from.
Flag: noun, usually rectangular piece of fabric of distinctive design that is used as a symbol (as of a nation), as a signalling device, or as a decoration.
The colours, pattern and shapes of a flag not only embody the differences in man-made borders; the flag illuminates the colours of their nation’s personality, the patterns of their psyche, and the shape of their nation’s past and present.
Who doesn’t love beautiful foreign women from around the world? For Atlas Al and The Hunger, it’s a healthy obsession and we can’t stop talking about it. Join us on our journey and welcome to the Flags of the World country pages!